AEW World Championship is the primary title in the professional wrestling promotion, All Elite Wrestling. The championship was unveiled by the legendary Britt Hart at AEW's inaugural event, Double or Nothing 2019. Chris Jericho was the first-ever AEW Champion, winning the title at All Out 2019.
Jericho held the title for 182 days, after which he lost to Jon Moxley, who became the AEW Champion at Revolution 2020. Moxley would go on to hold the title for 277 days, finally losing it to Kenny Omega on AEW Dynamite in December 2020.
The title is currently held by Jon Moxley who defeated Bryan Danielson in a tournament final to win the vacant title.
Current & Former AEW World Championship Holders
|Chris Jericho||August 31, 2019||All Out||182|
|Jon Moxley||February 29, 2020||Revolution||277|
|Kenny Omega||December 2, 2020||Dynamite: Winter is Coming||346|
|Hangman Page||November 13, 2021||Full Gear||197|
|CM Punk||May 29, 2022||Double or Nothing||56|
|Jon Moxley||August 24th, 2022||Dynamite||11|
|CM Punk||September 4th, 2022||All Out||3|
|Vacated||September 7th, 2022||AEW Dynamite||-|
|Jon Moxley||September 21st, 2022||Dynamite Grand Slam||1+|
FAQs on AEW World Championship
Q. Who was the first AEW World Champion?
Chris Jericho was the first AEW World Champion.
Q. Who is the current AEW World Champion?
Jon Moxley is the current AEW World Champion.
Q. Who has the longest single reign as the AEW World Champion?
Kenny Omega has had the longest single reign as the AEW World Champion of 346 days.
*Updated on September 4th, 2022